President Cyril Ramaphosa believes his interactions with business leaders in Canada will yield positive results for the country moving forward.
Singapore's reputation for rigid law and order was seen as a major factor for being chosen to host Tuesday's US-North Korea summit and the tiny city-state is determined not to disappoint.
The Executive Director for Women at the United Nations, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, has welcomed the UN General Assembly's decision to elect South Africa to serve in the UN Security Council from next year until 2020 as a non-permanent member.
European members of the G7 unanimously oppose US President Donald Trump's call for Russia to be readmitted into the club, French President Emmanuel Macron's office said Friday.
The United Nations General Assembly on Friday voted to elect Germany, Belgium, South Africa, the Dominican Republic and Indonesia for a two-year term on the Security Council starting on Jan. 1, 2019.
President Xi Jinping gave China's first friendship medal to Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Friday as the neighbouring giants touted their close ties amid diplomatic and economic challenges from the US.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has landed in Toronto, Canada to begin the first leg of his visit to that country, which will later take him to the G7 summit in Quebec as part of its outreach segment.
Myanmar's army and civilian leadership held a rare "national security" meeting on Friday and discussed an internal investigation into the Rohingya crisis in Rakhine state, the president's office said.
A former US Senate Intelligence Committee staff member was arrested and indicted on charges of lying to FBI agents over press leaks.
Leaders of the Group of Seven nations meeting in Quebec, Canada over the next two days will pressure the United States President on the tariffs he’s imposed on their imports of steel and aluminum sparking fears of a trade war that could undermine global economic growth.
South Africa is preparing to join the United Nations world body for peace and security for the third time in just over a decade.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Thursday announced for the first time an unconditional ceasefire with the Taliban, coinciding with the end of the Muslim fasting month, but excluding other militant groups, such as Islamic State.
Britain's Supreme Court on Thursday said it could not rule on an appeal against Northern Ireland's strict abortion laws, but that it would have declared them incompatible with human rights laws otherwise.
Afghanistan announced Thursday a week-long ceasefire with the Taliban for Eid, the holiday that caps off Ramadan, though operations against other groups including Islamic State will continue.
President Cyril Ramaphosa will arrive in Toronto, Canada on Friday morning for meetings with potential investors and business people before travelling onto Charlevoix, Quebec later Friday to join leaders of the G7 who are gathering for their annual retreat.
Singapore airspace will be restricted during the planned US - N.Korea summit next week, according to a notice to airmen posted by aviation authorities on Wednesday, which is likely to result in delays at one of Asia's busiest airports.
Iran said Wednesday it was in "preparatory works" to restart nuclear activities in the event of the failure of the 2015 accord between Iran and world powers.
Nearly 200 people are missing and at least 75 have been killed since Guatemala's Fuego volcano began erupting over the weekend, officials said Tuesday.
The two Koreas, ahead of a leaders' summit next week are discussing a peace agreement that could officially end the state of war that has technically lasted since the 1950-53 Korean War ended with an armistice but no treaty.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday the Europan Union should end damaging sanctions against Moscow imposed over the Ukraine crisis and its annexation of Crimea. “The sanctions and all the restrictions imposed for political reasons… are no way to resolve political issues,” Putin said after talks in Vienna with his Austrian counterpart Alexander Van der […]
A woman has been elected to lead the next session of General Assembly – only the 4th time the President will not be a man in the United Nation’s 73 year history.
U.S. President Donald Trump may seek separate talks with Canada and Mexico in a bid to get individual trade deals with the two countries, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Tuesday.
Jordan's King Abdullah II called on Tuesday for a review of a controversial draft tax law that has sparked a wave of anti-austerity protests and led to the prime minister's resignation.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Tuesday that the Iranian plan to increase its nuclear enrichment capacity was aimed at producing nuclear weapons to be used against Israel.
After Guatemala's Fuego volcano erupted on Sunday killing at least 65 people, here is a list of the most deadly volcanic eruptions over the last quarter century.
President Cyril Ramaphosa will join the leaders of the world’s most industrialized nations later this week when the two-day G7 leaders summit kicks off in Quebec City Canada on Friday.
The White House said on Monday that a first meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will take place at 9:00am Singapore time on June 12.
A roadside bomb killed an unidentified fighter Monday near a base in northern Syria used by the US-led coalition battling the Islamic State group, a monitor said.
Emergency workers will resume the search on Monday for Guatemalans missing after the eruption of the Fuego volcano, which belched out clouds of ash and flows of lava and left at least 25 people dead.
ICAN has offered to pay for the cost of the historic summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump, including the hotel bill for the impoverished state's leader.